Coding5k Challenge

Prepare Your Student for the Future

The San José Public Library is proud to lead Mayor Sam Liccardo’s city-wide initiative, the Coding5K Challenge which is designed to further enhance access to FREE, quality STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts & Math) learning programs for students in grades, K-12.

With the help from tech companies, partners and expert volunteers, our local students will have access to technology and coding programs that will better prepare them for the 21st century workforce in Silicon Valley.

In this technological age, coding is a part of everything around us, so having this knowledge will be important regardless of the career path a child chooses to take.

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Summer Coding Camps are Back

Our free, full day coding camps are now available at even more locations for summer 2019 for more summer coding, STEAM challenges, and literacy fun!

Summer Coding Camps are full for summer 2019, but check out other coding programs below

 

 

Online Coding Courses For All Ages

Take advantage of online resources for learning coding, such as Lynda.com and Treehouse.

Lead a Coding Program

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Have a passion for technology? Become a coding instructor and share your skills and talents.

Support the Future of Students

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Your contributions will strengthen San José Public Library's coding programs.
 

Coding5K Donors

We’re grateful for the financial support provided by many of Silicon Valley’s corporations and foundations who recognize the important role libraries play in providing access to free coding programs to better prepare our youth for a prosperous future.

 

  • Logo: KLA Foundation
  • Logo: Google.org
  • Logo: Alaska Airlines
  • Logo: PWC Charitable Foundation Inc
  • Logo: Brigade
  • Logo: Deloitte
 

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Coding Camp at Joyce Ellington

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